The fierce, big-money patent fight between Apple and Samsung left the U.S. Supreme Court groping for a solution on Tuesday, as the justices puzzled over how to discern the value of individual design elements in a complex product like an iPhone.
After five years of litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday in the bitter patent dispute between the world's two top smartphone manufacturers over the amount Samsung should pay Apple for copying the iPhone's distinctive look.
A federal jury in Texas ordered Apple Inc to pay more than $302 million in damages for using VirnetX Holding Corp's patented internet security technology.
Apple wants to patent a process to estimate how many bags are used by shoppers, to make sure consumers do not bag something that does not belong to them.
Apple has filed a patent application titled "bag", for a retail shopping paper bag made mostly out of recycled paper.
Apple has just been granted a new patent which will help future iPhones catch thieves using TouchID.
Apple Inc deserved the hundreds of millions of dollars in damages Samsung Electronics Co Ltd paid for infringing patented designs of the iPhone, because the product's distinctive look drives people to purchase it, a group of design industry professionals told the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday.
Apple was granted a patent it applied for in 2009 relating to its cameras and their interaction with infrared signals.
Qualcomm has filed a complaint in a China against smartphone maker Meizu Technology Co after the tech giant said it was unable to reach a licensing accord.
Apple Inc said its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were still available for sale in China after Beijing's intellectual property regulators barred their sales.
The fear is that if Narendra Modi capitulates to US pressure on India’s Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) regime, which it has been overtly and covertly exerting for years, it will make many lifesaving drugs unaffordable
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd on Wednesday said it sued Samsung Electronics Co Ltd claiming infringement of smartphone patents, the Chinese firm's first intellectual property challenge against the world's top mobile maker.
Google on Thursday had a fresh US patent for a sticky coating that could be applied to self-driving cars so pedestrians stick instead of bouncing off when hit.
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Finland's Nokia on Monday settled its patent dispute with South Korea's Samsung, saying the arbitration verdict would boost its patent sales by hundreds of millions of euros.
Apple has been very quietly putting together blocks of its virtual reality (VR) strategy in 2015
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